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DICE seems to have learned the lesson: the new Battlefield will not be pay-to-win

There are many rumors about the new Battlefield in development and among these we find the setting, now almost certain, of the Second World War; doubts will be filled during the E3 2018 but today let's talk again ...

French Senator talks about the loot box in a letter to the gambling commission

The recent controversy over the Star Wars Battlefront II loot boxes really raised a crawl space. The use he makes of this feature has made both Belgium and Hawaii ...

The Loot Boxs are gambling

We had already written a few days ago about the Belgian government's interest in the Loot Box issue. Finally the Belgian Gambling Commission gave its opinion: The Loot Boxes featured in Star Wars Battlefront II constitute ...

Electronic Arts claims that blocking microtransactions will not affect Star's profits ...

After Electronic Arts made a final adjustment to the Star Wars: Battlefront II microtransactions, disabling the ability to purchase its virtual currency, the publisher issued a statement to investors in which ...

Lucasfilm expresses on Star Wars Battlefront II: "fans have the lead"

In a conversation with the Washington Post, a Lucasfilm representative spoke about the loot-gate generated by Star Wars Battlefront II. The representative stated that "Star Wars has always focused ...

Star Wars Battlefront 2, UK sales much lower than the first chapter

Sales of EA's Star Wars Battlefront 2 in the UK are down by 61% compared to those recorded during the release of Star Wars Battlefront in the 2015. According to GamesIndustry.biz, sales are ...

Holland also joins Belgium: Loot Boxes in the viewfinder

EA's horrible week is not over. As we reported two days ago, in fact, the Belgian authorities have an ongoing investigation into the "surprise" Loot Boxes system, examining the possibility that they are ...

EA temporarily eliminates microtransfers from Star Wars Battlefront 2

Electronic Arts has temporarily turned off the Star Wars Battlefront 2 microtransaction due to fan fury. The chances of buying currency with real money disappeared from both Origin and the stores ...

Journey To The Savage Planet - Review

The exploration of unknown places, hostile and full of different forms of life is perhaps one of the activities that most of all found space ...

GamingBolt draws up the ranking of the fifteen worst games of the decade

The decade 2010-2019 is now over: what will be the worst games of this decade? GamingBolt will take care of drawing up a ranking of horrors.

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